BBC Sports Presenter Says Her Big Honkers Honk The Horn When She Parks Her Car

By Johny in Sports On 18th October 2022
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Emma Louise Jones, a favorite on BBC Sport, admitted that her boobs are so large that she occasionally honks her vehicle horn with them.

Jones started her career in radio, doing breakfast shows for Viking FM in Hull and Signal 1 in Stoke till 2019. Currently, she works for MOTDx and Premier Sports. While at Signal, Jones collaborated with John "Foxy" Fox, a fellow BBC broadcaster who currently hosts a program on BBC Radio West Midlands.

In addition, Fox has his own podcast called Crunch & Roll. And he recently asked Jones to appear on the program to share memories of their time spent working together in Stoke.

Fox described how they would perform a "live from your drive" segment during their trip down memory lane. The idea behind the segment was that the show would be broadcast from a different driveway each day.

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However, on one occasion Jones was unable to be found until a mysterious car horn sounded at 6:15 in the morning in a residential area of the city. 

Fox said: "And then suddenly, in her Mr Motivator outfit, Emma comes bounding through the motorhome door saying, 'Right, I’m sorry guys I'm a little bit late, the traffic was unprecedented. And we were like, 'Was that you beeping your horn?'"

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She laughed: "So, when I drove my little BMW 1 series, I am one of those people who like, kisses the steering wheel when they drive. But that meant when I got out, you know, everything was towards the steering wheel, so I would accidentally knock the horn with my, erm, breasts."

Jones joked that it used to scare her to death, adding: "And it used to scare the s**t out of me!"

As her fellow guests continued to laugh away, Fox continued: "Every morning, we’d hear, ‘beep!’ And we’d know Emma was there, just getting out of her car."

Last month, Jones received horrifyingly abusive remarks after posting a photo of herself on a rugby field wearing a dress with the caption:  "Bets on how long this dress stays this colour…"

She later added: "This dress sat through a 3-course meal and came away unscathed. I don't even know who I am anymore!"

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Jones responded with a statement thanking people who stood up for her against the illogical comments made by certain dinosaur social media users who criticized her choice of clothing. "Thank you to the overwhelming majority of you who have called out the few misogynists & dinosaurs in the replies to this," she said. "Unfortunately it's usually those people who shout the loudest. I was hosting an awards ceremony & I felt lovely in my new dress, so I wanted to share it."

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